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In todays modern world we preach about equality and the freedom to express oursel

ves in our own unique way.

It is rather depressing however, that the definition, in societys view, of own uni
que way is individualism
within conformity. It is sad that in our diverse and tolerant culture, we are in
tolerant still of any deviation
of the norm. It is horrible that people who pride themselves on being intelligen
t modern individuals still stereotype
and discriminate against people because of their race, colour, creed, appearanc
e and views.
(hindi tanggap yung pag kakaiba iba ng bawat norms or behavior of an individual.
(all human persons.blahblahbalh.. so lahat tayo is pantay pantay and may equal r
ights. lahat din tayo ay may knya knyang interpretation
about dito. so for example sa isang certain group, yung certain group na yun sam
e sila sguro sa behaviors or attitudes
pero kung may isang tao dun na naiba dun sa kanila parng magbabago yung pakikitu
ngo nila don, kasi maiisip nila na
hindi ka same with them, hindi ka nila mattanggap kasi iba nga siya sa knila. so
dun na pumapasok yung discrimination.
dahil sa pagkakaiba iba, nawawalan ng respect dun sa iba.
lahat ng magkakaiba in somw ways pero pare parehas lang tayo sa rights for examp
le yung freedon of expression,
lahat tayo karapatan natin yon pero hindi para gamitin o icritize yung isang ta
o na yun.
RACIAL -- dito naman, ang gngamit nilang basehan for discrimination is yung pagk
akaiba iba sa nationality. eto na yung dahil
sa physical attributes, sa culture pati din sa inferiority and superiority ng is
ang bansa kalimitang naggamit yung discrimination.
For example, it would be direct discrimination if a real estate agent refuses to r
ent a house to a person because they are of a particular racial background or sk
in colour.
It is also racial discrimination when there is a rule or policy that is the same
for everyone but has an unfair effect on people of a particular race, colour, d
escent, national or ethnic origin or immigrant status.
This is called indirect discrimination.
For example, it may be indirect racial discrimination if a company says that emp
loyees must not wear hats or other headwear at work, as this is likely to have a
n unfair effect on people from some racial/ethnic backgrounds.
--For example, a no-beard employment policy that applies to all workers without re
gard to race may still be unlawful if it is not job-related and has a negative i
mpact on the employment of African-American men (who have a predisposition to a
skin condition that causes severe shaving bumps).
The Racial Discrimination Act covers situations where you feel that, because of
your race, you have been:
refused employment
denied a promotion, transfer or other employment-related benefits
given less favourable terms or conditions of employment
denied equal access to training opportunities
selected for redundancy
SEXUAL-- Discrimination against an individual because that person is transgender
is discrimination because of sex in violation of
Title VII. This is also known as gender identity discrimination. In addition,
lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals may bring sex
discrimination claims. These may include, for example, allegations of sexual ha
rassment or other kinds of sex discrimination, such as
adverse actions taken because of the person's non-conformance with sex-stereotyp
direct discrimination: treating someone less favourably because of their actual
or perceived sex, or because of the sex of someone with
whom they associate. An example of this could be not employing a woman purely be
cause of her gender.
indirect discrimination: can occur where there is a policy, practice or procedur
es that applies to all workers, but particularly
disadvantages workers of a particular sex. For example, a requirement that job
applicants must be six feet tall could be met by
significantly fewer women than men. Indirect discrimination can only be justifie
d if it is a proportionate means of achieving a
legitimate aim.